Energy minister to make first official visit to Turkey after 3 years

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October 8, 2016 21:40

 
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After nearly three years absence in Turkey, Israel will send its first minister to Istanbul after the Yom Kippur Holy Day.

National Infrastructure, Energy and Water Minister Yuval Steinitz will make the trek to the metropolis following a recently minted rapprochement after a collapse of diplomatic ties in 2010.

While in Istanbul, Steinitz is expected to meet with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during an international conference on energy.

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